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Topic: PDF 7.0 ActiveX control can not be instantiated in VC++
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 133260
From: vijaychakradhar
Date: 5/24/2005 11:04 PM

I want to add the PDF version 7.0 control into VC++ project. I did the following.
VC++-->Project-->Add to project--> Components and controls.popedup a dialogbox,selected Registered ActiveX controls, then Adobe Reader 7.0.

These classes and files are created in the application. Class Name : CAcroAXDocShim Files :AcroAXDocShim.h and AcroAXDocShim.cpp

Adobe Acrobat7.0 Browser document control is added to the existing VC++ Controls. But if i drag and drop this cotrol on the Dailog i get the error "ActiveX control can not be instantiated"

"Adobe Acrobat7.0 Browser document" is not a valid ActiveX control, It is missing a required interface.

My objective in doing all this is to display a PDF file from VC++ application using Adobe Acrobat7.0 control.

Can any one please help me in resolving this issue.

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